The second season of The Legendary Moonlight Sculptor.
At first the name put me off reading this . But then because of lockdown I decided to read it . Season 1 was decent. While season 2 IS OUT OF THIS FUCKIN WORLD . GOD LEVEL SHIT RIGHT HERE . I've read solo levelling , tales of demons and gods and the beggining after the end , and this is the only manwha that I find surpassed them . A MUST READ!!!
This manga was the best manga I've ever read. After dismissing it a few times, I finally got a solid recommendation and picked it up. After the first couple chapters I realized it was gold! Funny, edgy, hip solid story line, amazing art, fun pacing, character develpoment was sparce,but still intruiging. I found my stomach aching from laughing at the characters in the story, I found myself rooting for the protagonist in a way that was uncommon for other stories. While season one was an over all better story, season two was a rollercoaster of peaks and valleys. Excellent, and underrated read.
Weed is an entertaining character--a duplicitous penny-pincher who is outwardly charismatic and friendly, but inwardly only thinks about how he can use people to maximize his own benefits. People also underestimate him because he has leveled up non-combat skills like Cooking, Fishing, Sewing, Blacksmithing, and Sculpting. My favorite sections are his travels with Mapan (chs. 9-19) and his powering up of skills (chs. 40-43, 46-49). The Morata quest (chs. 21-37) is a duller point in the series, though the quests after chapter 49 aren't exactly the best either--several of them just feel like excuses to have him fight alongside some of the new side characters (namely, Hwa-Ryung, Zephyr, and the Swordnoobs) and to have the old party make an appearance. The tomb-building quest (ch. 59-61) was building up to be something cool, but then just ended somewhat anticlimactically. The Swordnoob subplot is alright, but not great or anything. I'm usually just wanting to get through those sections and get back to the parts with Weed. I liked Mapan as a supporting character (and I'm glad he didn't outstay his welcome), Van Hawk is pretty adorable, and Maylon seems like she'll be a cute addition to the ensemble. It made sense for Dain to not play a role during this second season of the story because of her circumstances, but I felt that Seo Yoon should've been included in at least a subplot or something (rather than just getting a scene here or there). The Dark Gamer Association has been introduced, but so far they haven't played a role in anything. Summary: I like the story. It has some flaws, but is still very entertaining and I look forward to reading Season 3.
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